Chattanooga native Adarius Bowman was one of the Canadian Football League's Shaw Top Performers of the Week for his play in week 12 of the 2015 season. The former Notre Dame High School and Oklahoma State star helped the Edmonton Eskimos beat the Calgary Stampeders on Saturday with a game-high 104 receiving yards and two touchdowns on six pass receptions. Going into Saturday's game against Hamilton, Bowman is second in the CFL with 52 catches and 716 yards. He has scored five touchdowns.
* With three players in the top five individually, Dalton State won the 11-team Coastal Georgia Invitational women's golf tournament by 10 strokes Monday and Tuesday at Jekyll Island's Pine Lakes Course. The Roadrunners' 606 included newcomer Katie Dalton as the medalist at 149, Julia McQuilken tied for second at 150, Caroline Griffin fifth at 151 and Erica Wardzinski sharing 11th place at 156. And Rachel Rebne tied for 22nd at 161.
* The Lee University men's golf team finished third at 575 out of nine teams in the Montevallo University Blue Moon Invitational tournament, one shot behind West Georgia and 11 behind winner Georgia Southwestern. Lee's Peyton Sliger was fourth individually at 138 (68-70), and Shea Sylvester closed Tuesday with a 71 and a 16th-place 145. Teammates Taylor Davis, Adam Wright and Matt Strube shot 146, 147 and 149 at Timberline Golf Club.facebook
* The Lee women's golfers wound up sixth out of 15 teams in the 54-hole Ross Resorts Invitational at the Mid Pines course in Southern Pines, N.C. Rollins won by 16 strokes with a 919. Lee's total was 948, led by Sam Burrus in a tie for 13th at 235 despite an opening 84. Bernadette Little shot 240, Callie Kitchens 242, Caroline Moore 244 and Cailey Gino 246.
* With a 3-0 win Tuesday night at Kennesaw State, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga volleyball team is 8-2 for the first time since 1987. The 25-21, 25-13, 25-23 victory was the Mocs' fourth win in a row and their sixth three-set sweep of the season. Allie Davenport and Sarah Batterton led UTC in kills with 12 and 10, while Lauren Greenspoon set 34 assists and Catherine Chason had 19 digs. The Mocs play this weekend in the Hokie Invitational at Virginia Tech.
* Silvia Sartori had 12 kills as Lee University improved to 4-1 in volleyball by defeating visiting Trevecca Nazarene 3-0 on Tuesday. Erin Hill had eight kills and Brooke Wilsman, Catherine Conley and Emily Bento each added seven for the Lady Flames, who got 25 assists from Sadie Johnson and 14 digs from Stephanie Hernandez. Wilsman had 10 digs. Katelyn Atkinson had 14 kills and 14 digs for Trevecca (4-6).
* Bryan College edged visiting Reinhardt 3-1 (26-28, 25-19, 25-21, 25-21) in Appalachian Athletic Conference volleyball Tuesday, lifting the Lady Lions to 6-9 overall and 3-0 in the league. Reinhardt is 5-6, 2-2.
* Sewanee lost 3-1 (25-27, 25-11, 25-17, 25-19) at Centre in Southern Athletic Association volleyball Tuesday night. Walker Buxton had 10 kills and 22 assists and Diamond Stewart and Maggie Stanford had eight kills apiece for Sewanee (7-3, 0-1). Peyton Parent led the Tigers with 21 digs, and Stewart and Caroline Owens added 15 and 11. Beth Cecil had 23 kills and 14 digs and Elizabeth Jansen had 54 assists for Centre (4-5, 1-0).
* Thomas Palmer's free-kick goal 13 minutes into the second half stood up for a 1-0 Maryville College victory over visiting Sewanee in NCAA Division III men's soccer Tuesday. The host Scots outshot the Tigers 21-11, and Will Merriman had eight saves in defeat. The Sewanee women lost 1-0 at home to another set of Scots, Covenant prevailing on Ruth Terry's unassisted goal with four minutes left in regulation. Sewanee (1-3-1) had a 12-5 advantage in shots, but Rachel Lemay had six saves for Covenant (2-1).